Standard Process Canine Musculoskeletal Support: A Holistic Veterinarian’s Therapeutic Review

Standard Process Canine Musculoskeletal Support: A Holistic Veterinarian’s Therapeutic Review

Standard Process Canine Musculoskeletal Support: A Holistic Veterinarian’s Therapeutic Review


Standard Process Canine and Feline Musculoskeletal Support has grown over the years from a supplement I recommend occasionally to one I use and recommend every day. Through my first few years of practice, I exclusively recommended products with glucosamine, such as Cosequin and Dasuquin. I dispensed a lot of NSAID’s and the majority of the time I saw a mild decrease in pain, but little to no healing or strengthening. I saw the same dogs over and over. Additionally, when cats came in with arthritis, decreased mobility or injuries, there was not much in the pharmacy room that I could offer. Since our furry feline friends are so sensitive, they don’t handle medications very well. They strongly resisted the action of being medicated. We also can only legally administer medications for a short period of time. This conundrum is exactly where conventional veterinarians remain.

After a series of injuries and mobility changes in myself, my family, and close friends, I began to do some research. To my surprise, there were thousands upon thousands of research studies proving improved musculoskeletal health with various foods and supplements around the world. I wondered why I was never taught about these valuable nutraceuticals in vet school.

I began to research and try every mobility supplement I could get my hands on. I tracked various approaches from human healing, as well as the field of horse racing. One day, a friend who was healing herself gave me a copy of Sally Fallon’s book, “Nourishing Traditions”. The book recounted ancient traditions of eating and healing. She laid out the foundation of using proteins, collagens, and bone broths to support healing. This was before bone broth became “cool” and was just one part of my deep dive into learning how to use food and nutrition to heal pets. About a year later (an obsessively research filled year), I tried this product, Standard Process Canine and Feline Musculoskeletal Support. Wow! I saw significant improvement in my own dogs within two weeks. A couple of months later, I ran out of the supplement. In my older dogs, I saw a huge decline within a week and quickly ordered more.

Over the years, my clients and I have used Canine and Feline Musculoskeletal Support to heal everything from Swimmers Syndrome puppy, to an injured chicken, to old dogs with severe, life-compromising arthritis. This support supplement produces amazing results in dogs and in cats.

Standard Process Musculoskeletal Support uses proteins, like collagen and cartilage, to heal the tissues and joints. Combine that with natural source minerals and potent herbs, and we’ve got a versatile weapon against musculoskeletal diseases.

Common Signs That Your Dog May Benefit from Standard Process Canine Musculoskeletal Support:
  • Decreased activity
  • Unwillingness to use stairs
  • Limping/lameness
  • Falling or wobbliness
  • Weakness
  • Shaking muscles
  • Panting after mild exercise
  • Hot, swollen joints
  • Repetitive licking of joint area
  • Lax tendons or “dropped hocks”
  • Muscle loss
  • Irritability when playing
  • Pain after grooming
  • Eating things like dirt or grass
  • Poor hair coat/excessive shedding
  • Slow to stand up
  • Creaks or cracks whey they rise or move
  • Back pain
Common Signs That Your Cat May Benefit from STandard Process Feline Musculoskeletal Support:
  • Less ability to jump up
  • Changes in where they spend time
  • Going to the bathroom outside the box
  • Staying indoors
  • Hiding
  • Not wanting to be pet
  • Swelling of muscles or joints
  • Licking or biting out hair
  • Getting picked on by other pets
  • Unwillingness to jump down
  • Weight loss/weight gain
Canine and Feline Musculoskeletal Support Suggested Uses:
  • Athletic & agility dogs
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Fractures/sprains
  • Arthritis
  • Large & giant breed dog growth
  • Older pets
  • Urinary incontinence
  • ACL/MCL ligament injuries
  • IVDD/Intervertebral disc disease
  • Trauma or injury
  • Hunting/Sport dogs
  • Amputations
  • Heart weakness

Ingredients: Veal bone PMG™ extract, Indian frankincense (Boswellia serrata), green-lipped mussel (Perna canaliculus)(shellfish), bovine trachea, bovine heart PMG™ extract, organic dried pea (vine) juice, oat flour, black currant juice, bovine liver, bovine adrenal, eleuthero (Eleutherococcus senticosus), bovine orchic Cytosol™ extract, bovine kidney, carrot (root), sunflower lecithin powder, organic beet (root), organic dried alfalfa (aerial parts) juice, porcine jejunum, porcine duodenum, wheat (germ) oil, bromelain, cellulose, manganese lactate, ribonucleic acid, defatted wheat (germ), bovine thyroid PMG™ extract (processed to substantially remove its thyroxine), calcium lactate, Spanish moss (Tillandsia usneoides), organic swiss chard (beet leaf) juice, organic beet (root), organic dried buckwheat (aerial parts) juice, organic buckwheat (seed), organic reishi mushroom powder, organic shiitake mushroom powder, calcium glycerophosphate, dicalcium phosphate, magnesium lactate, chlorophyll extract, and enzymatically processed Spanish moss (Tillandsia usneoides) and organic beet (root).

Individual Ingredient Benefits of Standard Process Musculoskeletal Support


Veal Bone PMG™ Extract It supports bone marrow health and improves the production of red and white blood cells. It also supports collagen production, as well as repair of other connective tissues. Additionally, it helps power the infection-fighting white blood cells called neutrophils.
Indian frankincense (Boswellia serrata) This calms inflammation and pain as effectively as NSAID’s and significantly reduces arthritis. It protects healthy cells located close to an injured area. It can also help prevent autoimmune reactions and has been proven to slow the growth of certain tumors.
Bovine Trachea An excellent source of glucosamine, which helps heal joint cartilage. It is also an anti-inflammatory and is anti-aging. It goes into repairing tendons, ligaments, and broken bones. It also helps produce joint fluid.
Bovine Heart PMG™ Extract Supports optimal heart muscle oxygenation and repair. Improves circulation, provides electrolytes, and balances electrophysiology.
Green-lipped Mussel (Perna canaliculus)(Shellfish) This has been used as a natural treatment for osteoarthritis by cultures around the world. It blocks COX-1 and COX-2 inflammatory pathways like NSAID’s. It also improves mobility and reduces joint pain.
Pea Vine Juice A natural anti-inflammatory, especially in your pet’s heart and blood vessels. It is a dense source of whole vitamin E complex.
Black Currant Juice This contains strong antioxidants that can penetrate deep tissue cells. It also contains whole vitamin C complex, as well as serving as an anti-bacterial and anti-viral substance.
Carrot This provides vitamin A complex in a natural form. It contains multiple antioxidants, which heal multiple body tissues. It also supports healthy bone growth.
Bovine Liver This boosts the health of liver cells and improves detoxification pathways. It contains great levels of iron, magnesium, and phosphorus. It also provides vitamin A complex, antioxidants, and vitamin B complex.
Bovine Adrenal This balances stress hormones, which helps the body rest and repair. It provides whole vitamin C complex, which is necessary for collagen production.
Eleuthero (Eleutherococcus senticosus) This reduces oxygen free radicals and decreases inflammation. It improves cellular machinery function and boosts the immune system. It is also an anti-viral and balances stress hormones.
Bovine Orchic Cytosol™ Extract This improves absorption and distribution of vitamins and nutrients. It also supplies hyaluronidase and muscle-calming minerals like magnesium.
Bovine Kidney This helps repair kidney cells to maintain renal function. It improves detoxification pathways and is a source of polar electrolytes.
Soybean Lecithin This balances nervous system signals and contributes to mood. It also balances the thyroid and immune systems, as well as preventing muscle damage.
Bromelain This contributes to cell functions by providing important enzymes. It helps digest protein, which is critical for muscle protein repair. It contains full vitamin C complex, which is necessary for collagen production. It also supplies vitamin B1, potassium, and manganese. Additionally, it prevents edema, swelling, and relaxes tense and inflamed muscle fibers.
Alfalfa Juice Packed with vitamin K, which is essential for strong bones, it also works with calcium to reduce bone loss. It contains skeletal strengthening manganese. Additionally, it balances blood sugar and serves as an excellent source of vitamin C complex.
Porcine Jejunum Porcine jejunum improves digestion and decreases pancreas and GI tract inflammation. It protects mucous membranes and heals the gastrointestinal tract, as well as protecting your pet’s body proteins.
Strombus Gigas This is packed with protein, magnesium, and potassium. It also contains iron and calcium. These minerals are necessary for muscle contractions and maintenance of healthy blood pressure.
Porcine Duodenum Porcine duodenum improves the health of the small intestine, especially the junction between the stomach and the intestines. It contributes to the intercommunications of the GI tract and the brain. It also contains secretin, which protects the intestine and balances a healthy pH.
Beet Root and Beet Root Juice This is extremely beneficial for detox, especially after a long-term medication administration or surgery. It naturally relaxes blood vessels and contains powerful antioxidants and vitamin B.
Manganese Lactate Recently, large deficiencies of manganese has been detected in American soils and foods. There are suspicions that manganese deficiency is contributing to the increased frequency of ligament tears such as ACL/MCL. This combats muscle and joint pain. It also balances blood sugar and hormones.
Ribonucleic Acid This supports healthy tissue regeneration. It also provides general circulation support and directly improves microcirculation.
Bovine Thyroid PMG™ Extract This supplies exact proteins and compounds to heal thyroid tissue. It assists in healthy weight loss or weight maintenance. It also neutralizes potential autoimmune components.
Buckwheat Leaf Juice and Seed

 

A great source of an extremely wide spectrum of vitamins and minerals including manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, zinc, iron, selenium, and vitamin B complex. It contains multiple antioxidants, such as rutin, which strengthens arteries, veins, and capillaries.
Calcium Lactate A bioavailable source of calcium, it improves the performance of many white blood cells. It prevents secondary infections. Additionally, it balances electrolytes and strengthens muscle contractions.
Defatted Wheat Germ Defatted wheat germ is packed with nutrition. The fat protein is removed, which can compromise product freshness and shelf life. It acts as a powerful antioxidant, dense with vitamin E. It balances blood sugar and contains essential minerals such as selenium, manganese, phosphorus, and magnesium. It protects muscle health and stabilizes blood pressure. Additionally, it provides vitamin B complex and could aid in the prevention and treatment of cancer, especially colon cancer.
Wheat Germ Oil Wheat germ oil is a rich source of the complete vitamin E complex. It is beneficial to stable metabolism and tissue protection. It also helps repair damaged tissue.
Black Currant Seed Oil This contains both water soluble and fat-soluble vitamins, vitamin C complex, and tons of beneficial antioxidants. It also boosts the immune system, by serving as an anti-bacterial and anti-viral.
Spanish moss (Tillandsia usneoides) Spanish moss contains tons of naturally occurring minerals, like most of the B vitamin complex. The chlorophyll it contains speeds up tissue healing and aids in body detox. It contains over 6 types of antioxidants, while also helping lower blood sugar levels and potentially decreasing secondary effects of diabetes.
Flaxseed Oil Flaxseed oil contains Omega 3 fatty acids, which naturally reduce inflammation and protects nerve cells. It helps balance previous poor nutrition while also normalizing digestion speed. It also is a potential natural cancer prevention and treatment.
Beet Leaf Juice Beet leaf juice is named by some as a top 20 healthiest food of all time. It has been used for thousands of years. It is extremely high in iron and a huge source of vitamin A.
Mushroom These are packed with antioxidants, providing whole vitamin C complex and protecting delicate tissues while also boosting the immune system. It also contains tyrosinase, which speeds healing.
Dicalcium Phosphate Dicalcium phosphate is necessary for the contracture of muscles. It aids in muscle growth and decreases daily wear and tear on muscles.
Calcium Glycerophosphate This helps to neutralize lactic acid release from muscle bodies, which improves muscle healing and relieves pain and soreness.
Chlorophyll Extract Chlorophyll extract supports detoxification on a daily basis. It provides multiple fat-soluble vitamins, such as vitamin K. Vitamin K is necessary for strong bones. It promotes tissue health and regeneration.
Rhizopus Oryzae A source of enzymes and essential amino acids. These enzymes of fermentation enhance the value and bioavailability of the Tillandsia and beet root ingredients.
Canine and Feline Musculoskeletal Support Complimentary Supplements:
  • Ligaplex II
  • Glucosamine
  • Canine Hepatic Support
  • Canine Adrenal Support
  • Milk Thistle
  • Collagen/Bone Broth
  • Canine Immune System Support
Important Mineral Measurements:
  • Sodium 17 mg / 1/2 teaspoon
  • Magnesium 900 mcg / 1/2 teaspoon
  • Manganese 700 mcg / 1/2 teaspoon
Supplement Dosing Chart:

1-10 lbs 1/8 teaspoon once per day
11-20 lbs 1/8 teaspoon twice per day
21-40 lbs ¼ teaspoon twice per day
41-60 lbs ½ teaspoon twice per day
61-80 lbs ¾ teaspoon twice per day
> 80 lbs

1 teaspoon twice per day

Important Supplement Information:
  • These supplements should all be given twice a day.
  • Most clients sprinkle it on their pet’s food.
  • Because these supplements are made from whole foods, and not chemicals, doses are highly palatable.  In fact, it often seems like animals instinctively know what their body needs and gobble it up quickly.

When beginning supplementation, I recommend the following taper-up process. This is only because these ingredients are so nutrient-dense. We can decrease your pet’s adjustment period, which may result in a soft stool. This adjustment phase is generally 1-2 days long and normal consistency of stool will return to normal without treatment.

  • WEEK 1                1/8 teaspoon
  • WEEK 2                ¼ teaspoon
  • WEEK 3                ½ teaspoon
  • WEEK 4                1 teaspoon

Once you get to your pet’s maintenance dose, based on the dosage chart, continue at this dose.

For example: If your pet weighs 35 lbs –

  • WEEK 1                1/8 teaspoon
  • WEEK 2                ¼ teaspoon
  • WEEK 3                Stay at ¼ teaspoon as maintenance therapeutic dose
Supplement Size Variations
Size Product ID# Price
20g A1700 $37
90g A1750 $73
How do I order Standard Process Supplements? 

If you are interested in ordering Standard Process Supplements, simply fill out the form below.  If you have not ordered Standard Process supplements from us before, or you have not had a consultation with Dr. Candy, a free basic consultation from Dr. Candy will be provided prior to your first order being placed.

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Commonly Asked Questions about Standard Process Supplements


 

What happens if my pet experiences a soft stool or diarrhea during the introduction adjustment process?

These events only appear in less than ten percent of new pets and the transient effect of the adjustment period usually resolves itself within 24 – 48 hours. If your pet has runny poop, keep them well hydrated. If desired, a small amount of canned pumpkin can be added to food.


 

Are there potential side effects to these products?

Since these nutritional supplements are made from food, there is little to no risk of side effects. The only side effect I’ve ever seen is diarrhea if the pet gets a gigantic dose. For example, if a pet eats a whole bottle. If I had a dollar for every time one of my pets ate a whole bottle, I’d have a pretty full piggy bank. Since pets love these products so much, we recommend keeping them in a cabinet or some place that your pet cannot get to.


 

How often do I need to give these nutritional supplements?

Candy recommends twice a day. They can be given with or without food. Providing a steady supply of healing resources allows your pet’s body to heal and repair all day and all night.


 

Why do I have to start with a small amount and taper up?

This is just a recommendation to try to reduce the occurrence of soft stool while the body gets used to processing these rich food supplements. It’s kind of like if you and I went out to eat and ate a whole plate of liver and onions. It wouldn’t hurt us, but we may be running to the bathroom later.


 

What is the difference between the canine and feline versions of the supplement?

There is not a huge difference between the canine and feline supplement formulations. The main difference is in the supplement form. Canine formulations come as powders. Feline formulations come as tablets. The tablet design can make it easier to give to a cat as a treat or meal additive. But I found that I was almost always grinding the tablet into a powder and mixing it in food anyway. So, most of the time, I use the canine preparation. Both are safe for both pet types.


 

Supplement Dosage Chart:

1-10 lbs 1/8 teaspoon once per day
11-20 lbs 1/8 teaspoon twice per day
21-40 lbs ¼ teaspoon twice per day
41-60 lbs ½ teaspoon twice per day
61-80 lbs ¾ teaspoon twice per day
> 80 lbs 1 teaspoon twice per day

 

Important Supplement Information:

  • These supplements should all be given twice a day.
  • Most clients sprinkle it on their pet’s food.
  • Because these supplements are made from whole foods, and not chemicals, doses are highly In fact, it often seems like animals instinctively know what their body needs and gobble it up quickly.

When beginning supplementation, I recommend the following taper-up process. This is only because these ingredients are so nutrient dense. We can decrease your pet’s adjustment period, which may result in a soft stool. This adjustment phase is generally 1-2 days long and stool texture/consistency will return to normal without treatment.

  • WEEK 1                1/8 teaspoon
  • WEEK 2                ¼ teaspoon
  • WEEK 3                ½ teaspoon
  • WEEK 4                1 teaspoon

Once you get to your pet’s maintenance dose, based on the dosage chart, continue at this dose.

For example: If your pet weighs 35 lbs –

  • WEEK 1                1/8 teaspoon
  • WEEK 2                ¼ teaspoon
  • WEEK 3                Stay at ¼ teaspoon as maintenance therapeutic dose

 

Can my pet take this therapeutic supplement with other medications and treatments?

Yes! In general, yes. These whole food supplements can be complimentary to other medications. There are no interactions or toxic effects when using natural food to heal your pet’s body. If your pet is involved in a clinical research trial, ask your supervising veterinarian if it is ok.


 

How long should my pet take these supplements?

On average, Dr. Candy keeps your pet on these supplements for a minimum of 3-6 months. Then, together with the family and pet status, we re-evaluate. Some pets with simple short-term illnesses may only require these supplements for the 3-6-month time period. In these cases, after balancing and healing, your pet’s diet and home care program can be modified to maintain whole health.

In other cases, perhaps with more chronic disease or severity, pets may need to be on these therapeutic supplements for a year or more, or possibly for life. If a pet does require therapeutic supplementation long-term, we know that support with natural food is far better than artificial chemicals or medications.


 

How quickly should I see a change in my pet’s health?

This depends on the initial health status of your pet and the condition being supplemented. In the case of acute illness, you may see changes within 24-48 hours. Most commonly, these changes or improvements are very subtle. In cases of complex or chronic conditions, most families see a significant improvement in 4 weeks.


 

Uhoh, my pet ate the whole bottle. What should I do? Is this toxic?

This happens a lot, it will be okay. Since the products are so natural and highly palatable, this situation arises frequently. We remind families to keep the products out of reach and in a cool, dry, dark place. If your pet consumes a large portion or a whole bottle, monitor them closely. Just as with other products from nature, most of the time the worst that will happen is soft stool or diarrhea. Make sure that your pet is well hydrated and does not develop any bloody vomiting or diarrhea. If this occurs, take your pet to your veterinarian for evaluation.

If you are dealing with soft stool or other gastrointestinal issues, it can be helpful to let your pet rest. Additionally, you may skip one meal and consider a fluid-only meal such as a small amount of water or broth.


 

How should these supplements be stored? Do I need to refrigerate them?

The Standard Process Veterinary Supplements do not need to be refrigerated. Keep the products out of reach from pets and children. Store them in a cool, dry, dark place like a cabinet.


 

Why are there so many organs and glandular tissues in these products? Yuck! Aren’t these gross leftovers or by-products?

On the contrary, organ tissues are some of the most nutrient dense parts of an animal. If you watch one of those nature shows on TV, you will see that after a predator kills its prey, the very first thing that they eat are the organs and glands. The predator gobbles them up because they are packed with rich proteins, full complex vitamins, and natural sources of minerals. The predator wants to eat these first before scavengers or competition comes around.

For example, look at the liver. Liver is higher in vitamin A, vitamin B complexes, iron, phosphorus, and magnesium than most other “super foods” out there. To get the same amount of vitamin B12 as a 1-inch cube of liver, you or your pet would have to eat one of the following:

  • A whole large salmon or filet
  • 6 eggs
  • 6 flat iron steaks
  • 5 cups of low-fat milk

So, while in the US we view organ meats as “gross”, other cultures and animals understand that organs and glands are powerful sources jam packed with nutrition.


 

 My pet has tested to be *allergic* to beef or other protein sources in the supplement. Should I be concerned?

Most of the time, when pets are tested for food allergies, they are tested for cooked muscle meat, as this is what is found in canned and kibbled pet foods. Because of the various protein shapes and the effects of cooking, usually raw muscle meat and organ tissues do not cause the same allergic reactions.

In my experience, if your pet is in a current severe stage of inflammation, allergy or disease, I usually wait 30 days for the immune system/body to calm down and then slowly add in the supplement. In my own pets, I do not see an allergic reaction or negative response if my pet’s immune system is stable. However, if they are in the middle of a big flare up, I decrease or discontinue the supplement for a short period of time until they feel better.


 

Are there any alternative ways to administer this supplement if my pet won’t eat it mixed in their food?

Occasionally this does happen, especially if the pet is used to a carbohydrate heavy or artificially flavored diet. I explain it as, if I was used to eating cookies and happy meals every day, I would probably resist if you put a salad in front of me too.

I recommend starting with really small amounts sprinkled and mixed with food. Then, gradually work up to the starting amount over the period of 1-2 weeks. By then, they should be used to the taste and smell of this healthy supplement.

If this doesn’t work, you could try the following creative approaches or think about a unique solution for your pets:

  • Mixing powder with water or broth and syringing it to your pet
  • Mixing with a simple high-quality canned food
  • Using bone broths and stews for pets
  • Using the feline (tablet) form and hiding it in yummy foods like peanut butter or homecooked chicken breast
  • Putting powder or tablet inside a pill pocket
  • Throwing the treat into the air to be caught and swallowed
  • Using a “chaser” treat
    • Example: here’s your meatball with the therapeutic supplement in it – immediately followed with an irresistible treat
  • Using the “rule of competition”
    • Example: have another pet nearby so that your pet has to eat it before the other pet gets it

 

A Note From the Manufacturer: 

Canine Whole Body Support


 

“Canine and Feline Musculoskeletal Support is designed to provide support for the patient with inflammatory joint conditions like osteoarthritis. In addition, support is provided for the periarticular tissues like the ligaments, tendons, muscles, and other connective tissues. This multidimensional support is complimented by support for the liver and kidneys that provides indirect benefits for joint support. Nutritional factors found in a variety of whole foods, tissue extracts and concentrates, and botanical ingredients provide a broad range of important cellular substrates. Canine Musculoskeletal Support offers the advantage of being able to support the patient with joint disease by itself or in combination with other nutritional products or pharmaceuticals. When pharmaceuticals are utilized to appropriately maintain the patient, use of Canine Musculoskeletal Support can generally result in reduced dosage of the drug. This effect can benefit the patient by reducing potential side effects of the drug. Other situations that benefit from the use of CMS include patients recovering from orthopedic surgery. Ideally, these patients should receive CMS for at least one week prior to surgery and 4-6 weeks after surgery. Canine Musculoskeletal Support is very safe and effective to use in cats.

The musculoskeletal system has many different components: bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, blood vessels, and organs that support these tissues. The liver, kidneys, and adrenal glands all play a part in a healthy musculoskeletal system. The whole food ingredients in Canine Musculoskeletal Support provide a wide range of essential nutrients for these tissues, helping them maintain optimal health and function. This product is designed to provide support for the patient with inflammatory joint conditions like osteoarthritis. The multilevel support in this product facilitates improved function of tissues associated with the joints including bone, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, and muscle.”

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Holistically treated pets live healthier happier lives.

The term “holistic” is a broad term that is often associated with multiple models of medicine or healing.  In general, Dr. Candy Akers follows the basic belief that medicine should address the underlying cause of disease and not just treat the symptoms.  This occurs by supporting your pet’s natural ability to heal and restoring the body balance.  Conventional medicine often follows a different path of just treating signs or symptoms of the particular disease appearance. Disease manifests in our pets as a result of an internal unbalance.  These imbalances of normal health result from various insults or toxins encountered during modern life.   Support for your pets’ body can be in various modalities such as supplements, herbs, nutrition, homeopathy, detoxification, chiropractic adjustments and acupuncture. Dr. Akers takes an integrated approach to veterinary medicine, combining both holistic medicine and traditionally trained modern Western medicine.  She uses conventional medical treatments to reduce or eliminate symptoms and pain during the healing process while supporting the body with more natural and less invasive alternative treatments.  This combination improves your pet’s quality of life, longevity and whole health.

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